For destinations within the European Union (EU), delivery will usually be made within two to five working days of despatch, depending on service and country.
Orders received and accepted before 3.00pm (CET) will be despatched on the same working day, subject to availability.
We offer fixed rate delivery costs to most mainland EU countries. The delivery costs to each country are shown in the table below.
If the country you require is not in the list or if you are a Business (Trade) account holder, please contact us, and we will calculate the delivery cost for you.
This product has been discontinued and replaced by Part No 32115.
Continuously emulates HDMI EDID information
Supports resolutions up to Ultra HD 4K 60Hz including HDCP pass-through
Uses cloned data or, when this is not available, stored preset screen resolutions/timings
Powered via your computer's graphics card
2 Year warranty
The LINDY HDMI 2.0 EDID Emulator Adapter is designed for systems that require EDID signals to be continuously provided without interruption and helps overcome EDID related problems which can occur when using AV/KVM Extenders, Switches and Splitters. It can also be used in place of a monitor to keep the graphics card of a PC or Server awake for remote access via IP. With support for resolutions up to Ultra HD 4K 60Hz (via cloning) and with the ability to pass –through HDCP content, including that protected by the latest HDCP 2.2 encryption the Emulator is suitable for use with the very latest PC and AV applications.
Some computer systems, KVM switches and digital video signage systems may interrupt the flow of EDID data, or may not be able to pass this information directly back to the video card's output port. This adapter can be used to quickly and easily clone the EDID data from a HDMI display so that the graphics card has direct access to the correct data from the display, the cloning process takes less than 10 seconds!
It is also possible to use the Emulator without cloning a display as it comes complete with preset EDID data for the most commonly used resolution/timing combinations, please see the Technical Information section for a full breakdown.